Shelby Co. government car stolen outside Mayor Harris home, records show

MEMPHIS, TENN. — The area’s crime problem reaching all the way to the home of Shelby County Mayor Lee Harris.

According to a police report, someone stole a Shelby County Government car from outside Mayor Harris’s house. More than two weeks later, it’s apparently still missing.

The Memphis police report said it’s a 2019 Black Dodge Charger, Tennessee license plate tag 4900GF. The picture we have is not the vehicle, but a photo of a similar make and model.

We obtained the report Friday morning, then spent the day connecting the dots.

Investigators say Prince Webb reported between 9 p.m. on March 27th and 10 the next morning his work car was stolen at a home listed as the mayor’s house online.

Webb went on to say the key fob may have fallen inside the car when he parked it.

Webb didn’t say he worked for the mayor in the report, but on LinkedIn, Webb is listed as Executive Security at the Office of Shelby County Mayor Lee Harris.

We caught up with Harris at a community bike ride he was leading to promote living a healthier lifestyle and asked him about the incident.

“It was a security vehicle stolen a few days ago. Maybe more than a few days ago at this point, but no updates,” said Harris.

Nothing else in the car was reported stolen. It’s unclear if there were any cameras in the area that may have caught the thieves, but if you have seen the vehicle report it to the police.